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Does SQL Server 2008 have an equivalent to Oracle's “table%rowtype” syntax or (Data Type)?

In Oracle PL/SQL scripts, you can declare a variables using the syntax tablename%rowtype for its type. This will make that variable have the same "type" as a row of that table (i.e. a it will be a ...
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How to store single result in variable and reuse it in a query (Oracle)?

I have a query like SELECT id FROM xyz WHERE ...; which has a more or less complex WHERE clause and returns exactly one row with one column (ID). I need this ID for several later queries in a ...
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Selecting just one table from Oracle view [closed]

I am creating a view to ease my manual selecting because I only want to fetch data from DB where it is meeting certain criteria which are present in several tables, so it is containing a lot of joins. ...
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How, if possible, can an .sql file be executed against an oracle database from a bash script

Is it possible to execute an sql file (a text file containing several SQL statements) against an oracle database from a bash shell command line (e.g. no graphical GUI and no interactive clients) ...
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SQL*Plus, @, and relative paths

Somehow, it seems that SQL*Plus (at least on Windows) is unable to locate a script with a relative path when called with @@ and when the path starts with a single or double dot. For example, under ...
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Script out Oracle DDL in an automated fashion

Oracle SQL Developer is able to export DDL through Tools -> Database Export... This works very well, but requires manual intervention. I know of DBMS_METADATA.get_ddl(), but have found that the ...